• Blood & Donuts

    Blood & Donuts

    not this giving me an “I should call him” moment

  • Celia

    Celia

    Murgatroyd.❤️‍🩹 when I was a little girl very high on the list of things I profoundly cared about were bunnies (rabbits). rabbit stuffed animals, books, bedding, clothing, etc. just remembered a rabbit purse i carried my children’s bible in to church every Sunday. the purse was the body of a rabbit and its back unzipped. what is it about rabbits that are so tranquilizing and feminine? every time my parents took me to petco for fun to microdose me on…

  • The Lair of the White Worm

    The Lair of the White Worm

    in this moment hugh grant and peter capaldi are the sexiest men I’ve ever seen. needed them to bang. sorry warning: spoiler alert they don’t bang

  • Foodfight!

    Foodfight!

    electric chair if a film could go to the electric chair

  • The Man Who Fell to Earth

    The Man Who Fell to Earth

    no way for me to speak on this movie at any kind of formal level bc my school girl crush resounds. david Bowie is still the most beautiful man I’ve ever seen and this is still (I think) the most beautiful I’ve ever seen him

  • Career Girls

    Career Girls

    OG quirked up shawties.

    Katrin Cartlidge astounds. RIP

  • Bodies Bodies Bodies

    Bodies Bodies Bodies

    ★★★★

    Rachel Sennott is a star

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    sobbed in seat 26K on flight BA223 with service to Nashville

  • Elvis

    Elvis

    ★★★★★

    lawless. reminds me of a distant feeling I felt when I was 3 years old and my dad took me on the giant janky inflatable slide at the county fair. I screamed and cried the whole way down and at the bottom, all I could muster through my tears was “I wanna do it again.” 

    is anyone familiar with Butler’s earlier work? i’m considering a viewing of a film called Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure but wondering how it fairs in comparison to this performance.

  • Wild Rose

    Wild Rose

    ★★★

    I watched this because I read an article saying Maggie Gyllenhaal cast Jessie Buckley in the lost daughter after seeing her in this and now I think the lost daughter should’ve been a musical

  • You Can Count on Me

    You Can Count on Me

    someone asked me recently if I could talk to any actor, who would it be, and my knee-jerk response was Frances McDormand (which is still valid and true), but I lowkey might be shifting into Laura Linney worship…..

  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future

    ★★★

    why were so many people like “you’re gonna throw up pass out slap your mom and kill your roommate when you see this fucked up shit” because it honestly wasn’t that indulgent in body horror as shock factor. maybe I even wanted more…? the themes/big picture is fascinating, but a lot of it felt like a table read for a thesis paper. I lost ‘surgery is the new sex’ as being what I thought was the focal point. it didn’t…